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Spring wrap-up: Quarterbacks

John Stocco (Matthew Kutz/Badger Nation)

Part 10 of BadgerNation.com's look back at Wisconsin's 2006 spring football practice season

News and notes — The depth chart remained constant throughout spring, with John Stocco, who will be a three-year starter in the fall, as the runaway No. 1. Tyler Donovan and Dustin Sherer, who split reps this spring, follow as the second and third signal callers. Spring MVP — Stocco. After the most prolific passing season in Wisconsin history, it is no secret that Stocco can deliver a football...

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